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Today's Features

  • Beef cattle production is a year-round job. There are certain things you can do to make things more organized, whether you have a spring-calving or a fall-calving herd.

  • Beef cattle production is a year-round job. There are certain things you can do to make things more organized, whether you have a spring-calving or a fall-calving herd.

  • A lot of important things happen while we are “on the way.” Some of the best conversations my wife and I have had are in the car on the way somewhere. The same thing has happened with my children and grandchildren. While on my way across country, I have rejoiced at some of the most amazing scenery that our Lord ever created.

  • If you’re saddened at the direction our nation has turned, a direction now realized after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage, you may be having a difficult time reconciling that according to your Christian beliefs.

    After all Christians are called to love others and hate sin and this often causes a spiritual division. Many are left to wonder how they should respond.

  • Spencer Christian Church

    Spencer Christian Church will host its Vacation Bible School from 6:30-9 p.m. Tuesday, July 28, through Friday, July 31. The theme will be “Everest – Conquering Challenges Through God’s Mighty Power.”
     

  • Revival at Wakefiled Christian

    Revival services will be held at Wakefield Christian Church starting Wednesday, July 22 at 7 p.m. and lasting until Sunday, July 26. Wednesday’s speaker will be James Nale. On Thursday, Kim Lutz will bring the message. On Friday, Mark Turner will speak, with Anthony Noe speaking on Saturday evening. On Sunday, Mavis Bennett will speak in the morning with Lonnie Hill finishing the revival services Sunday night.

    Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

  • Green June beetle flight has begun across Kentucky. They are similar to, and at the same time different from, Japanese beetles.
    Both species are good fliers and congregate in large numbers when feeding. Also, each has one generation each year and their larval stages are white grubs that develop in soil.

  • The State 4-H Livestock Judging Contest was held on Tuesday, June 16 at the Madison County Fairgrounds in Richmond.  Connie Jeffiers, livestock leader and coach, did a great job at coaching and motivating all of the team members.  Thanks to the Connie Jeffiers and Emily Hume that helped transport and serve as chaperones for this trip.  Another big thank you to Emily and Matthew Jeffiers for working with the team.  

  • The wet summer so far has made for a great weed season and some soggy looking vegetable gardens!  Those that are part of the fungi family are having a real ball!  Gardeners are wondering about the toadstools popping up in their lawns; others are confounded by the stinky, phallic-looking things poking through their mulch, a mushroom commonly called the stinkhorn; and the slimy orange globs on cedar trees got many thinking aliens had landed in their landscape.  

  • Part II
    Last week, we talked about how the devil is not all-powerful, not all-knowing, and cannot be everywhere at once. His power is nowhere close to God’s. Most of his power is simply derived by creating illusions in your mind, having you believe a lie. The mind is where your battlefield is. This leads into this week’s topic: temptation.
    James 1:13 says, “And remember, when you are being tempted, do not say, ‘God is tempting me.’ God is never tempted to do wrong, and he never tempts anyone else.”